18 August 2014
The awards celebrate the best work in Scotlands public and voluntary sectors
Glasgow Caledonian University’s (GCU) School of Health and Life Sciences (HLS) is sponsoring an award category at the Herald Society Awards 2014.
Now in their seventh year, the awards celebrate the best work in Scotland’s public and voluntary sectors.
HLS is sponsoring the Older People’s Project of the Year category, which celebrates the outstanding work taking place to improve the lives or lifestyles of older people. Other categories include Young People’s Project of the Year, Education Initiative of the Year, Health and Social Care Integration Award and Environmental Initiative of the Year.
Winners in each category will be announced at an awards ceremony in Glasgow's Grand Central Hotel on Thursday, November 6.
Professor Valerie Webster, Executive Dean of the HLS and Pro Vice-Chancellor of External Relations, said: “The School is proud to sponsor the Older People’s Project of the Year category.
“The School’s Healthy Ageing research programme is focused on promoting positive ageing, managing age-related conditions and syndromes, and improving health and social care.
“As a University committed to the common good, GCU is pleased to play its part in the Herald Society Awards 2014 and to get behind those who make a positive impact in the community.”
The closing date for entries is Thursday, September 25. Entries can be made online at www.herald-events.com/societyawards